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Man sentenced to nine years for his part in killing of man over pedigree chihuahua

He was found not guilty of murder, but guilty of manslaughter.

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WAYNE CLUSKEY HAS been sentenced to nine years in prison for his part in the killing of Christopher Nevin.

Cluskey (25) of Mooretown, Ratoath, Co Meath was found not guilty of murder, guilty of manslaughter for his part in Christopher Nevin’s death.

At a sentencing hearing this afternoon Justice Patrick McCarthy sentenced him to nine years in prison, backdated to November 2015 when he first went into custody.

Read: Man sentenced to life in prison for murder of man over pedigree chihuahua>

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